The Dickensian Volume XXV Autumn Number No. 212 1929


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The Dickensian Volume XXV

Autumn Number No. 212 1929

A Quarterly for Dickens Lovers. Contents: The True Story of the Gad’s Hill Gazette; Dickens’s America and Today’s; How Stands Dickens Today; Dickens In Stained Glass; Who was Chevy Slyme?; The Edinburgh Conference; and other articles


  • Publisher Dickens Fellowship, London; 1929
  • Paperback, 112 pp
  • Profusely Illustrated in b/w
  • Size 215 x 140mm, 350g

Condition: Very Good – No Inscriptions, Very Good Copy

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